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Japanese Speakers’ Perception of Syllable-final Stops and Inter-vocalic Consonant Clusters

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Authors
Lee, Hyun Bok; Kang, Eunji
Issue Date
2012
Publisher
서울대학교 인문대학 동아문화연구소
Citation
동아문화, Vol.50, pp. 185-194
Abstract
Japanese Speakers have been known to experience difficulty perceiving and pronouncing syllable-final stops and inter-vocalic consonant clusters. Therefore they find it difficult to correctly perceive and pronounce the syllable-final consonants and consonant clusers in languages such as Korean and English. This paper attempts to assess objectively the difficulty experienced by the Japanese speakers in perceiving the syllable-final consonants and intervocalic consonant clusters in Korean words. Three sets of pre-recorded Korean words were played to the Japanese speakers who were told to write down the words that they have heard in Roman letters, Japanese Kana letters, or phonetic symbols.
ISSN
1598-0200
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/87803
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Center for East Asian Studies (동아문화연구소)Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies (동아문화)동아문화 Volume 50 (2012)
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